So, making this suggestion after making a similar one for TS21, I think Southern Pacific line in the east Bay Area from Oakland to Pittsburg (Appx 40-50 miles) would be a good place for a vintage US Passenger and Freight route. Tracy would also be possible, but that would be stretching almost 80 mainline miles The line could feature passenger trains such as the San Joaquin Daylight, Shasta Daylight, and the Overland. The era could be early to mid 1950's Station Stops include: -Oakland Pier -Oakland 16th Street -Berkley -Richmond -Crockett -Martinez -Pittsburg The line itself would start at the Oakland Mole (Or Oakland Pier), going past the West Oakland Yards, then north to the 16th Street Station then onto Richmond before finding the Southern Coast of San Pablo Bay -Oakland Mole/Pier -West Oakland Yard (1930's) -Berkley -Richmond Pullman Shops, Richmond, Ca 2 of the Shops buildings still stand today. From there, the line would then follow the coastline for most of the way, passing thru a small tunnel near Davis Point, before heading to Martinez. This area of the line is home to a few large industry's, such as C&H Sugar and the Rodeo Oil Refinery. Rodeo Oil Refinery (Modern Day) B.1896 C&H Sugar Plant, Crockett, Ca -Martinez 1960's Just past the Martinez Depot, the SP mainline splits 2 ways, one line heads north across the Benicia-Martinez railroad bridge, towards Sacramento, while the other line continues east towards Tracy and Lathrop. This route could include part of the northern line in Benicia for timetable purposes. The Benicia-Martinez Bridge, build between 1928-1930, and is the longest Railroad Bridge west of the Mississippi. From there the line continues east towards Port Chicago (Home to the Port Chicago Naval Magazine), eventually reaching the city of Pittsburg.